CSD 3004 [01/06/00]
UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
325 West F Street, San Diego, California 92101-6991
EXCERPTS FROM THE LOCAL RULES OF THE UNITED STATES
DISTRICT COURT SPECIFICALLY RELATING TO ATTORNEY
ADMISSION TO PRACTICE
(Effective: December 2, 1991, and
re-numbered as of August 18, 1997)
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Attorneys - Admission to Practice
Standards of Conduct - Duties
a. Definitions. For convenience, attorneys, proctors, advocates, solicitors, and
counselors of this court will be referred to in these rules by the designation,
b. Practice. Only a member of the bar of this court may enter appearances for a party,
jurisdiction of the court with respect to conduct to the same extent as members
sign stipulations or receive payment or enter satisfaction of judgment, decree or order.
of the bar of this court.
c. Admission of Attorneys to Practice.
4. Special Assistant United States Attorneys. Special Assistant United States
1. Requirements and procedures.
a. Admission to the Bar of this Court. Admission to and continuing
membership in the bar of this court is limited to attorneys of good moral
character who are active members in good standing of the State Bar of
b. Procedure for Admission. Each applicant for admission shall present to
the clerk a written petition for admission, on the form supplied by the court,
stating the applicant's residence and office addresses and by what courts the
applicant has been admitted to practice and the respective dates of admission
to those courts.
The petition shall be accompanied by a certification that the attorney is a
member in good standing of the State Bar of California.
Upon qualification, the applicant may be admitted, upon oral motion or
without appearing, as determined by the court, by signing the prescribed oath
and paying the prescribed fee, together with any required assessment, which
the clerk shall place to the credit of the Court Non-apropriated Funds.
2. Practice in this court. Except as here